Curtin Radio

Curtin Radio

Curtin Radio FM 100.1 is an Australian commercial FM radio station which is licensed to Perth, Western Australia.


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Four Tops - I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) (1965)

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Charles Aznavour - The Old Fashioned Way (1973)

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That Ole Devil Called Love (Originally Performed By Alison Moyet) [Full Vocal Version]

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Land Of 1000 Dances (Live 1969)

Wilson Pickett

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Jennifer Eccles

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The Hollies

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Engelbert Humperdinck - Senorita Bonita (1987)

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Colleen Hewett - Wind Beneath My Wings (1983)

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Dragon - April Sun In Cuba (1977)

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Everly Brothers - My Grandfather's Clock (1961)

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About Curtin Radio

Its studios and offices are at the Bentley campus at Curtin University. This radio station broadcasts on radio, but it also broadcasts digitally on CurtinDG as well as live-streaming via their website. It is also possible to listen to Curtin Radio online on free online platforms.

The programming of Curtin Radio FM since 2015 starts with a breakfast show with Greg Pearce or Glenn Mitchell from Monday to Friday alternating shifts. In the mornings, it has Peter Waltham as a host and, in the afternoons, it has Jenny Seaton as a host. Then, during drive time, its host is Ray Finn.

Apart from that, Curtin Radio has volunteer presenters and producers broadcast during the evenings and weekends.

This radio station was first known as Curtin Radio 927. It became the state's first community broadcaster in 1976. After Moss Cass, the then Minister for the Media, 'discovered' community radio in the United States, the radio station held one of only five special licences granted by him.

Curtin FM  is still officially known by its call sign 6NR or 6 New Radio. Plus, its licence is still held by  the Western Australian Institute of Technology (WAIT), now Curtin University.

Curtin FM radio converted in 2002 to the FM Band after 26 years of AM broadcasting. It is available on the DAB+ format (digital radio) as CURTINDG and is also available on the World Wide Web. Plus, it is possible to listen to Curtin Radio online on free online platforms.

Speaking about its audience, Curtin FM has a weekly cumulative listenership in excess of 239 000 people according to their website, all ages from 15. And it has more than four thousand subscribing members.

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